Class Action Strategy and Practice Guide (Paperback)

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Class Action Strategy and Practice Guide (Paperback)

By Gregory C. Cook (Editor), Jocelyn D. Larkin (Editor)

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As class actions have evolved, they have become larger and more complex, requiring mastery of and compliance with ever-evolving case law. Authors and editors Gregory Cook and Jocelyn Larkin, master class action strategists and litigators, worked with other seasoned class action lawyers to produce this essential practice guide for lawyers, judges, and advocates and decision makers at every level. This book provides practical guidance to lawyers on how to conduct a class action, including both the plaintiff and defense perspective on the key decisions during the class action battle. It looks at each major phase of the action, from the filing of the action to settlement decisions and mechanisms. The thorough, comprehensive, and sophisticated treatment and discussion of all aspects of class action litigation makes this text a vital and necessary addition to the libraries of class action veterans and newbies alike.
Gregory C. Cook is a partner in the Birmingham, AL, law firm Balch & Bingham LLP and now chairs the firm's Financial Services Litigation Practice Group. Jocelyn D. Larkin is the executive director of the Impact Fund, a legal foundation in Berkeley, CA, that provides funding and representation in support of complex public interest litigation.
Product Details ISBN: 9781641052733
ISBN-10: 1641052732
Publisher: American Bar Association
Publication Date: August 19th, 2019
Pages: 448
Language: English